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**$20 TUESDAY** O/U POWER-BOMB *SPECIAL* ~ *RED HOT* 13-5 L5 Days!

**$20 TUESDAY** O/U POWER-BOMB *SPECIAL* ~ *RED HOT* 13-5 L5 Days!

Chi Cubs vs. Colorado, 06/11/2019 20:40 EDT, Score: 3 - 10

Total: -105/+12 Over

Sportsbook: Bookmaker

Result: Win

8* Over Cubs/Rockies (8:40 ET): The Rockies won last night's game, 6-5, improving to 34-31 on the season. That result also knocked the Cubs out of first place in the NL Central, one-half game behind the Cubs. While I'm not sure how today's game is going to turn out, I am confident that it'll end up being a high-scoring affair. After all, this is Coors Field and the Rockies score 6.3 runs per game here while also giving up an average of 6.2! The Cubs happen to be the NL's second highest scoring road team as well (5.7 rpg). The Over is a perfect 5-0 in the second game of the Cubs' last five series. Take the Over here.

Jose Quintana will toe the rubber Tuesday for the Cubs and his recent resume indicates this may be a bit of a 'rocky' outing (pun intended!). Quintana already has a 5.84 ERA and 1.378 WHIP on the road and the Cubs have lost his last three starts overall w/ him posting a 5.40 ERA and 1.441 WHIP. He has a 4.32 ERA in five previous starts vs. Colorado. It should come as no shock that the Rockies are again leading the league in scoring at home as this is almost always the case, year after year. The Over is 8-3-1 in Quintana's L12 starts vs. the NL West.

Colorado was able to rally back from an early 4-0 deficit last night. They hope to avoid a similar early hole here as they send out Peter Lambert, whose big league debut last week probably couldn't have gone any better ... and it was against the Cubs. Lambert allowed just the one run (on four hits) in 7 IP as the Rockies prevailed 3-1 at Wrigley Field. But pitching here at Coors is a different animal. The Cubs are also a much stronger team offensively on the road than at home. This should be a slightly higher scoring game than yday and don't be scared off by the high total. 8* Over Cubs/Rockies


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